The conference is hosted at Kaapelitehdas which is practically located at the center of Helsinki. The venue is accessible by metro, tram and busses and the routes are frequent. The most convenient way is the metro, that arrives every few minutes at the stop named Ruoholahti. From there on, the venue is a few minutes walk from Ruoholahti metro station.
You can take the metro from the Central railway station (2 stops away) or Kamppi shopping center (1 stop away). The direction of the metro is Tapiola/Matinkylä.
You will need to purchase a ticket to use any public transportation which costs 2.8€. You can also download the HSL app available for both iOS and Android.
Tallberginkatu 1, 00180 Helsinki
From the airport
Helsinki Airport consistently ranks among the best airports in the world and serves around 350 flights a day to locations around the world, including 25 direct flights a week to China. The journey time between the airport and city centre is around 30 minutes.
How to get from the airport to the city centre?
Local trains I and P operate between Helsinki Airport and the city centre on the Ring Rail Line. The journey time between the airport and the city centre (Central Railway Station) is approximately half an hour. A regional ticket costs 5,00 euros when purchased from Helsinki Region Transport (HSL) ticket machines and 4,20 euros via HSL Mobile ticket app.
The Finnair City Bus operates between the airport and city centre (Elielinaukio) every 20 minutes and takes around 30 minutes. A single ticket costs 6.60 euros when purchased online in advance or 6.70 euros from the driver.
Bus 615 (“Lentoasema-Rautatientori”) is operated by Helsinki Region Transport (HSL). A regional ticket costs 5,50 euros when purchased from the driver with cash, 5 euros from Helsinki Region Transport (HSL) ticket machines or 4,20 euros via HSL Mobile ticket app. At night you can also take the 415N night bus.
You can also travel conveniently between the airport and the city centre by taxi, which will cost around 45 euros.
Helsinki, the capital of Finland, is a vibrant seaside city of beautiful islands and great green parks. The city’s rhythm is laid back yet at the same time refreshingly active in terms of both the number and quality of restaurants and nightclubs.
Helsinki in figures:
- 620,982 people
- 300+ islands
- 1 sea fortress
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Explore more at MyHelsinki - A comprehensive guide to the city (things to see, where to eat and drink, and more).
There are a number of hotels in Helsinki to choose from, and many of them are right at the center.
Here's a list without any preference. We will announce when we get special discounts for the conference from specific hotels.
- Lilla Roberts
- Klaus K
- Radisson Blu
- Original Sokos
- Hotel Kamp
- Hotel Carlton
- Glo Hotel Kluuvi
- Holiday Inn
- and many others